Really detracts from what the case is supposed to do in showing off the phone. Each has a silicone rubber exterior with a bulging backpack-like hump below the rear camera, and includes a Lightning port for recharging. Style is another major factor in picking your ideal phone case. Buttons are covered with clear plastic covers, but they're a little stiff to press. Speck is already selling its as is. No worry, but maybe keep an eyeglass cloth handy. Read more: You'll want a case, of course -- a clear case, so you can still enjoy whatever color you chose.
It introduced full leather cases with iPhone 5s. The case is a bit firmer than we expected based on our previous experiences with third-party clear cases, so Apple's case holds its shape well while also providing solid protection. This case has the unique benefit of an acoustic sound channel, which helps redirect sound towards your ears when you are listening to audio from your phone. A proper protective phone case supplements your phone with military-grade shock absorption able to withstand drops of up to ten feet. This case offers a solid grippy texture, which is a nice change from similar cases. Apple offered standard silicone and leather cases for iPhone 6 and later.
X-Doria Defense Shield Series Case X-Doria's Defense Shield case is both beautiful and sturdy, offering protection and style in one package. The bendable clear plastic has a sturdy feel. Of course, a clear rubbery-plastic case is going to be a fingerprint magnet. Still, some might argue that it should come with one for the price. These cases work with Qi wireless chargers, and you can charge both the case and the phone at the same time from said chargers—though it should probably be said that Qi speeds on iPhones are nothing to write home about, and that's a whole lot of lithium-ion battery to fill up.
However money does not grow on trees. This case supports wireless charging even through its rugged exterior and raised lip to protect the screen. The spartan design of the Armorbox may not be original, but it does what it needs to do exceptionally well. A standard leather or silicone case would simply hide the colorful glass finishes entirely. It only makes sense that they continue to stand out as a top choice for those who want a full defender package. The fit is just as I expected from Apple.
The fit is just as I expected from Apple. There are cases which offer better protection, such as Mous, and more colorful patterns than the simple effect here. Well, today Apple finally revealed its own Apple-made, Apple-designed, Apple-branded case — something notable by its absence until now. The cases also support Lightning accessories. It has a built-in screen protector, which despite not being super high quality, is a welcome addition.
The bottom lip can sometimes interfere with the bottom edge swipe, but you will still be glad it is there the first time you drop your phone flat on its screen. This case sticks to Speck's modus operandi: make grippy cases to prevent drops before they happen. Our favourite is the £45 Altra. You can read all of my Forbes articles on. It turns out — it did. The color is changing to this ugly yellow color after a couple of weeks of use. And will Apple make clear cases for the rest of its iPhones, too? It's not the most protective case on the market, but Apple has never been about providing maximal protection, so you'll have to look for other options if you're expecting to need anything more than protection from the occasional small drops.
There are plenty of designs to choose from, all of which offer access to all ports and features. Supcase Unicorn Beetle Pro Case Supcase may not be a household name like OtterBox, but it probably should be, since their Unicorn Beetle case consistently offers the same protective features as an OtterBox Defender for half the price. On the surface, a scratch-resistant coating has been applied not only to the exterior, but also to the interior. They give the phone a secure grip in your hand and a unique look to help them stand out against the hundreds of other phone cases you'll find online. This snap-on case does exactly that, with a textured design to keep your phone in your hands.
And there is a good reason for this. The one major downside to its design is that this case doesn't lay flat on its back, but considering you have a media stand built-in, this seems easy enough to overlook. In the meantime, here's a look at what you need to know about. Speaking of colors, the colors displayed online look slightly different from the cases in real life, but both look good. These phone models are too new to be experiencing major battery-life problems that have inevitably affected older iPhones and which led, in part, to Apple's battery-replacement program last year.
This case looks overall professional, with carbon fiber accents that highlight its durability. The Statement Series Case has certified Drop+ Protection and its rear is scratch-resistant. It is available in crystal clear and crystal black colours. Many of its features will look familiar. Everything else is very run of the mill.